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Joe Thomas For #2

  

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  1. 1. would you trade joe thomas for the rams #2 pick?

    • yes
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    • yes but only if we could get Matt Kalil at #4
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    • Yes, but only if St. Louis throws in a draft pick:
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    • Yes, but only if St. Louis throws in Rodger Saffold:
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    • Not a chance:
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yea, let's give up a HOF left tackle for a guy who could possibly bust. That makes perfect sense to me

 

It isn't gonna happen anyway. Damn girlfriend!

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yea, let's give up a HOF left tackle for a guy who could possibly bust. That makes perfect sense to me

Because that HOF left tackle is helping us win so many games!!! I would trade Thomas for RGIII in a heartbeat. We need playmakers, as good at JT is he isn't going to be the reason that we ever start winning some football games.

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The 2 teams who reached the SB this past year focused their money and draft picks on OL, DL, and a franchise QB.

 

You don't trade Joe Thomas - ever. You pay the man, and surround him with other top draft picks.

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Is Matt Kahili included in the trade??? But seriously no hes the top player at his position in the NFL and that position is a high demand...Many teams would dream of having Joe Thomas we should all be thankful as Browns fans that we do...

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Do you know how hard it is to get a franchise left tackle? Just about as hard as it is to get a franchise Qb.

 

Trading Thomas to get Griffin is like trading in your armour to get a sword. That swords gonna look real nice in your hands after you've been gutted because you had no protection.

 

Zombo

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Do you know how hard it is to get a franchise left tackle? Just about as hard as it is to get a franchise Qb.

 

Trading Thomas to get Griffin is like trading in your armour to get a sword. That swords gonna look real nice in your hands after you've been gutted because you had no protection.

 

Zombo

 

OOH, I like that analogy!

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OOH, I like that analogy!

 

I agree...it's PERFECT!

Mike

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It is a nice analogy. But you have a better chance of killing your opponent with a sword than with your armor.

 

I still wouldn't trade Thomas tho.

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stupid question.

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I chose "Not a chance" only bacause "NO FUCKING WAY" was not an option...

 

+1 on Z's analogy...

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"sigh"

 

stupid. really stupid.

 

really, really, really, really, really stupid question. "sigh"

 

 

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A left tackle is one piece we have in this puzzle. I think we'll keep that the way it is

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Yes, Joe Thomas has been instrumental in the Browns offense being so potent. Our ability to run teh football around the left side is fantastic.

 

Thomas is a great LT..... which means he adds little, if any impact to the team. He has not helped the Browns win at all. We suck just as much with him as we did without him. The Harrison hit on Clit McCunt was a result of Fat Ass Thomas missing a block on his side.

 

Plus, isn't this going to be his 8th yeah? He doesn't have many years left, and will probably miss a good part of this season with an injury. Seriously, he's due.

 

Trade him now, next year he won't be worth shit.

You're entitled to your opinion. But, in the play you're referring to, James Harrison was in coverage, not being blocked by the left tackle.

 

-jj

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change the question to say luck for thomas.

 

then you'll peek the interest of a few more.

 

all the effort put forth to get rg3 should be a parralell effort to pry luck away from the colts.

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You're entitled to your opinion. But, in the play you're referring to, James Harrison was in coverage, not being blocked by the left tackle.

 

-jj

not to worry....girley never worries about facts when he can just make shit up to support his points.

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change the question to say luck for thomas.

 

then you'll peek the interest of a few more.

 

all the effort put forth to get rg3 should be a parralell effort to pry luck away from the colts.

 

Now you're talking

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change the question to say luck for thomas.

 

then you'll peek the interest of a few more.

 

all the effort put forth to get rg3 should be a parralell effort to pry luck away from the colts.

Never ever ever going to happen. Ever.

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Every insider at ESPN has Joe Thomas as a top five player to build a franchise around. Next......

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